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Women's NCAA Championships: Led by Zhou's title, three Gophers finish in top six on 3-meter

By USA Diving | March 17, 2017, 4:24 p.m. (ET)

Led by Yu Zhou’s NCAA title, the University of Minnesota had three divers finish in the top six in the 3-meter finals Friday at the women’s NCAA Championships in Indianapolis.

Zhou, who also won the 2015 NCAA title on 3-meter, scored 392.75 points to claim the 2017 title. Her Gopher teammates Lexi Tenenbaum and Sarah Bacon finished fourth (362.00) and sixth (347.25), respectively.

Bacon and Zhou also advanced to Thursday’s 1-meter finals, with Bacon finishing second and Zhou fourth.

Miami of Ohio’s Pei Lin finished second with 383.50 points in Friday’s 3-meter final, with 2016 Olympian Kassidy Cook of Stanford placing third with 372.30 points.

UCLA’s Maria Polyakova, Nevada’s Sharae Zheng and Northwestern’s Olivia Rosendahl also competed in the 3-meter finals.

Missouri’s Lauren Reedy won the afternoon consolation finals for the second day in a row. On Friday, she scored 352.15 points to finish atop the consolation final standings on 3-meter after leading the 1-meter consolation final on Thursday. North Carolina’s Elissa Dawson was second in the 3-meter consolation final.

The NCAA Championships wrap up Saturday with platform competition.